Phil Bloomer of BHRRC and Claudia Saller of ECCJ make the case for mandatory human rights due diligence across Europe.
Andy Hall details the challenges to responsible recruitment, and argues innovative new models should be piloted to help end forced labour of migrant workers.
The failures of self-regulation suggest mandatory legislation is needed to prevent corporate human rights harms in Africa, writes Joseph Kibugu.
Phil Bloomer and Fiona Reynolds lay out practical steps for renewable energy investors to help prevent human rights abuse.
Online retailers like Boohoo and Missguided encourage a race to the bottom among fashion brands, writes Alysha Khambay
BHRRC says Vale's compensation process for Brumadinho dam collapse must involve affected communities12/07/19 |
A judge in Brazil has ordered mining giant Vale to pay compensation for all damage in the fatal 25 January Brumadinho dam collapse, which killed at least 248 people.
BHRRC signs Amnesty letter on need for human rights and environmental activists to tackle climate change09/07/19 |
Executive Director Phil Bloomer signs letter to Reuters by Kumi Naidoo and Jennifer Morgan of Amnesty International
Data-harvesting internet companies need state regulation to protect human rights, argue Daniel Aguirre and Susie Alegre.
Patricia Carrier in Reuters: 'Only with a strong regulatory regime can UK taxpayers be confident that their money is not being spent on goods and services tainted by modern slavery.'
We should pay attention to low level harassment of environmental human rights defenders in the Balkans, as hydro power projects soar in the region, write Sally Hurt and Zamira Djabarova.